*** Due to covid19 this 2020 there are no ongoing workshops or music lessons happening at this time.


PIANO INSTRUCTION registration ongoing NOW!

Piano lessons: Music for the Mostly Mature! (Adults) At Wakefield Music, Wakefield RI. Mornings only.

My  Music Blog  http://pianomistress.wordpress.com

Piano Teach


2015- The ongoing monthly Peer Mentoring Dreamcircle Group continues. Bring a dream and food to share at lunch. (established group..new participants by
invitation periodically).




Spring 2015 Course: “Dreams and the Imagination-Doorways to Creativity and the Arts”. A six-session program at the Osher Lifelong-Learning Institute/University of Rhode Island. May 14-June18. Thursdays  1:00-2:30 pm.  Instructor: Christine Phoenix-Green

Dreams Class OLLI


**Upcoming  2015 Summer Semester  Workshops at URI/Osher Lifelong Learning Center with Christine Phoenix Green:

Friday, August 14 ~ One Time Lecture/Instruction: The Playful Photographer.

Monday, August 17 and August 24: The Power of Words: Creating Positive Life Experiences  1:00-2:30 p.m.

************************************************************************* Workshop 2016 Fall Semester at URI/Osher Lifelong Learing Institute with Christine Phoenix Green:  

“Three Paths (plus one) to Inner Peace” based on the poem “Matins” by Celtic Poet/Priest John O’Donohue  date and time TB


Below:  schedule for Christine at the Osher Lifelong :earning Institute/University of Rhode Island.

2016 Spring Semester/URI: 

April 1, 8, 15 (Fridays 1:oo-2:30) : Wisdom and Inspiration of the International Council of The Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers.

June 7, 14, 21, 28 (Tuesdays 10:00-11:30):  How We Think and Talk: The Power of Words to Create Positive Life Experiences. (repeat and updated by popular request)

2016 Summer Semester/URI:

July 14, 21, 28 -Aug 4, 11, 18  (Thursdays 10:30-12:00):  Dreams: Our Inner Guidance System for Creativity, Healing and Well Being

 2016 Fall Semester:

Dates TBA: Three Paths (plus one) to Inner Peace: a retreat in an academic setting. Based on a line from the poem “Matins” by Celtic poet/priest John O’Donohue (repeat by popular request)